Kevin is renovating the Kellogg Sicker and Pochert buildings. These Tacoma landmarks are identified by the City as keystone projects in the revitalization of the Hilltop Neighborhood Business District. With preliminary designs and due diligence in hand, the community supported the properties rehab. He then secured capital and construction partners for the project. Opening of the initial commercial tenant will be December, 2016.
Working as a real estate broker,Kevin was drawn to the development and adaptive reuse process. To avoid conflicts of interest with the office and light industrial tenant rep clients, he began investing in apartments. Over time, he expanded into some new construction. Town homes in Fremont and detached single family homes in Columbia City met Built Green 3 standards - built with sustainable design and construction approaches.
Kevin expanded into apartment investing in management turnarounds and light rehab projects. To move up in size, Kevin's put together private capital partners, raising capital.
Prior to the Kellogg Sicker Pochert, Kevin acquired and turned around two suburban courtyard projects, 62 and 68 units.He also completed an acquisition and rehab of a 53 unit classic brick property in an urban setting.
In addition to his own projects, Kevin has helped property owners with concept development, pre-development services for rehabs, adaptive reuse as well as new construction, and helped implement through occupancy.
Contact Kevin to discuss your site, building or idea for a project!